Disability Sports Australia (DSA) is announcing a change to its structure that will create exciting opportunities for wheelchair rugby in Australia. The change will provide greater development opportunities and growth for athletes, coaches and officials nationwide.Read More
Quaycentre in Sydney Olympic Park will this week play host to what many are expecting to be the most hotly contested Wheelchair Rugby National Championship in recent memory.
The late inclusion of the New Zealand Wheel Blacks to the tournament complements the five committed Australian state teams, each hoping to leave Olympic Park crowned the 2019 GIO Wheelchair Rugby National Champions.Read More
Disability Sports Australia (DSA) has received a 3.4-million-dollar funding boost over the next four years under a Federal Labor Government to provide more opportunities for sport and recreation to Australians living with disability.Read More
Disability Sports Australia (DSA) is excited to host the Multi-Disability Lawn Bowls National Championships in 2019 to be held in Mackay, QLD from Sunday, 19 – Friday, 24 May 2019 at Souths Suburban Bowls Club.Read More
All eyes will be on South Australia at the Invacare 2019 Invacare Wheelchair Aussie Rules National Carnival as they chase their fourth consecutive victory in the annual tournament, this time with the advantage of playing on home soil for the first time. SA team member, Brodie Healy gives us his thoughts about the upcoming competition!Read More
Coming from the spiritual home of AFL, the Victorian team have been medal winners at every Wheelchair Aussie Rules National Carnival since the inaugural Championship in 2016; yet the all-important gold has continued to elude them. Victorian team athlete Louis Rowe gives his take on Team Victoria’s chances at the Invacare 2019 Wheelchair Aussie Rules National Carnival!Read More
The Invacare 2019 Wheelchair Aussie Rules National Carnival welcomes back the Australian Defence Force (ADF) teams who will take the court in Adelaide in the fourth instalment of the national carnival.
Disability Sports Australia sat down with captain of the two 2018 ADF sides, Able Seaman Mark Daniels to discuss!Read More
On Sunday, 28 September 2018, the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) published the 2019 List of Prohibited Substances and Methods (List); the 2019 Summary of Major Modifications and Explanatory Notes; and the 2019 Monitoring Program.Read More
On Thursday, 20 September, Federal Minister for Sport, Senator Bridget McKenzie launched a $22.9 million grants program aimed as incentivising sport and physical activity providers to innovate and keep older Australian active.Read More
From 2-5 August 2017, six (6) of the world’s finest teams showed why wheelchair rugby is ‘Not just your regular seat at the rugby’. Two Championships were on offer - the 2017 GIO Wheelchair Rugby National Championship and the GIO 2018 IWRF Wheelchair Rugby World Championship Official Test Event.Read More
The Purple Hearts is an initiative of the Randwick City Football Club created out of the vision to be an inclusive club that uses the power of sport to promote friendship, commitment and team spirit... and they want YOU!Read More
Basketball Australia is on the hunt for a new Head Coach for the Aussie Rollers men's Wheelchair Basketball team.
The Rollers have enjoyed success at Paralympic and World Championship level (current back to back World Champions) and the men's Wheelchair program includes an U23 National team (Spinners). The Rollers Head coach will have an influential role in both programs.Read More